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    “Person of Interest” season 5 is set to premiere this spring and cast member Jim Caviezel has teased that his character Reese will go through some difficulties during the upcoming installment. In an interview with Yahoo! TV, Jim Caviezel divulged that Reese will have a hard time moving on with Iris after he lost Carter. Fans will witness his struggle and his fear in “Person of Interest” season 5, the Parent Herald reports. “You go back to Jessica: the possibility that he could have a real relationship - a second one,” Caviezel told Yahoo! TV. “With Carter, he missed it and there's a great fear there.” Reese will not be the only character in “Person of Interest” season 5 who will encounter bumps along the road. Michael Emerson revealed that…

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    Jacob Wetterling Essay

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    After Henrick confession the authorities last week found bones, teeth and a T-shirt that said “Wetterling” and red St. Cloud hockey Jacket the same that Jacob was wearing at the time of his abduction. The crime is committed an visible crime because physical forces, gun and sexual assaults were involved, there were two types of crime of kidnapping, which is commonly defined as the taking of a person from one place to another against his or her will, or the confining of a person in a controlled…

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    Eyewitness testimonies provide crucial evidence in pinpointing the identity of the perpetrator in order to solve a crime, thus the criminal justice system depends upon the accuracy of eyewitness identification to investigate and prosecute criminals. However, eyewitness identification is imperfect and the leading cause of wrongful convictions (Huff, Rattner, & Sagarin, 1996; Scheck, Neufeld, & Dwyer, 2000). One prominent method of eyewitness identification is a line-up procedure during which “A…

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    Importance Of Eyewitness Testimony

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    According to West’s Encyclopedia of American Law (2008), this refers to using a standard in law whereby a hypothetical person in society is cited due to his/her average care, skill, and judgment. Whether the accused individual is guilty of a specific offense can be determined by comparing this person’s actions to the reasonable person standard. As Byrd (2005) explains, under this standard, wrongful actions can become justified because they are not wrongful if provoked. The defendant only lost…

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    What is a Hero? In my definition, a hero is someone who does courageous deeds simply because he/she possesses the ability to do so. These brave deeds range from a plain gesture, such as defending someone else against a bully to extraordinary actions, such as fighting off a dangerous assailant unarmed. A hero does something in order to help others who are weaker compared to him/her in that particular area without searching for honor or glory. In the movie series Person of Interest, two men banded…

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    Person of Interest When I read the course contents, the first one that caught my interest is the major paper, requiring us to interview a nurse administrator. It indicates to conduct it as soon as possible, plan ahead, and give yourself leeway for unforeseen circumstances in your part or the person you are going to interview. Why I need to look somewhere else to interview when, I have a Chief Nurse Officer (CNO) at my work of employment. That very first week of class, I contacted the…

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    store or even a neighbor if they have seen anyone matching your description of the suspect. If anyone has come forward with the make, model or license plate number the officer can run the tag to see where their last known address is and also the first and last name of the suspect so you can see if they have a record. If so, the officer can get a mug shot to best help you in locating this person. If a crime has been committed in a business it makes it much easier as most places have cameras and…

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    What are the benefits of forensic science? Why is the application of forensic science in courtrooms beneficial? Can forensic science further lead to less cases where innocent people are put into prison for something they did not commit? It is said that "Since 1989, there have been tens of thousands of cases where prime suspects were identified and pursued—until DNA testing proved that they were wrongly accused" (Innocence Project, 2016). It is time, at last, to speak the truth about forensic…

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    Adnan's Testimony

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    day within the week. The majority of people would not be able to remember and would most likely have a mix up of history. Some people could say that my argument against Jay is the same argument that the prosecutor had against Adnan. However, Adnan’s story remained relatively the same except for a few discrepancies, Jay’s story had multiple discrepancies and was prone to changing back and forth. This is also why I don’t think Jay should have been chosen to give a truthful testimonial. Many people…

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    Crime Scene Profiling

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    The objective is to survey the likelihood that somebody will hurt them selves or another person. Suspect-based profiling involves identifying psychological or behavioral traits in someone that may execute a specific crime. It estimates that the rate of criminality of the individuals from specific gatherings is proportionately higher than found in the all- inclusive community. Last but not least, equivocal death analysis is more or less said to be a psychological autopsy, is used to determine…

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